Move On And Let Go.

Letting go is like pulling a tooth. When it was pulled out. You’re relieved.

But how many times does your tongue run itself over the spot where the tooth once was?

Probably 100 times a day. Just because it was not hurting you doesn’t mean you didn’t notice it.

It leaves a gap and sometimes you see yourself missing it terribly. Its going to take a while, but it takes time.

Should you have kept the tooth? No, because it was causing you so much pain.

Therefore, move on and let go.

Not written by me …

Thanks For Reading

112 thoughts on “Move On And Let Go.

  1. myplace3187 says:

    I love this quote where ever it came from. It says it all about bad times or bad relationships let go and move on. Thank you for this it wakes us up to appreciate the why’s in our lives !!

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  2. momlifewithchiari says:

    Great read! At times I think I’ve been so stuck on my past and situations that I don’t even realize all the pain being caused on to me – because I’ve become numb to the pain. It’s a wake up call! 🧡

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  3. Ohmz says:

    Well, in my own reflections of my own journey; I have to learn to forgive myself first before I move on and let go. In that process I know I can re-live old past and memories and be detached from it all.

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  4. JayMentor says:

    Been there, done that. Listening To a Tony Robbins show where he asked the baggage of past to be thrown up the sky to a participant. I once had a small pebble in my sandle which kept troubling my peripheral neuropathic, diabetic feet. The only option was to remove the sandle, remove the stone and throw it away. I use this metaphor for the baggage, baggase’ of the past to be shunned away and erased from memory. Don’t know with others if it helps. It does to me. and many whom I shared with. Thank you for a great post. Loved it.

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  5. sullivanspin says:

    Moving on and leaving behind neglected objects you never used is easy. And when that junk is gone you’ll never think of it again. When it’s emotional, relational it’s a lot more like the tooth scenario. You feel the absence of that person you lost. Thought provoking!

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  6. David A Fischer says:

    I love this; such a true base for so many situations in our lives. One unrelated question. Do you use tags in your posts? I see you have a lot of comments and “likes” in your posts and we have about the same number of followers. Just looking for some advice. 😉

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  7. dessertflower5 says:

    I am loving the your blog and how you compared it to a removed tooth totally I appreciate your thought from a reader point of view❤. I don’t mean to blog slam you or anything. Sorry but being a dental student I have to say this you can fill the gap of a extracted tooth with a implant or a bridge or rpd

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  8. Shaun Jones says:

    I love this analogy! I never thought of it that way before! Why should keep something that has caused us so much pain. It makes you realize that you used to need someone but then you really didn’t need them at all.

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  9. Bryan Fagan says:

    Letting go is one of the hardest things a person can do and I don’t know why. We hang on to these bad memories. We push them away. We show them the door and just before the locks shut we pull them back in.

    I wish I knew why?

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  10. Ragazza Triste says:

    Whoever wrothe this knows what he’s talking about. Although it’s difficult to let go, it’s lile starting your life all over again, but it needs to be done. Thank you for sharing, dear.

    Hey, I posted a new blog, I would really love it if you could participate. If you don’t mind. 😊

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